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Fumesucker Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-25-11 12:21 PM
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The strategery of disinformation..
"They don't call it 'The net of a million lies' for nothing" -Vernor Vinge

"A lie can make its way around the world while the truth is putting its boots on" -Mark Twain

For a while now I've had a vague suspicion that I'm being cyberstalked, a few weeks ago I stumbled across evidence that firmed up my suspicions somewhat, nothing definitive but it really got me thinking.

Over the last few days I've "revealed" a few things about myself that would be hard for a stalker to resist acting on, the "revelations" being several similar made up stories planted in the places I frequent online that vary enough that I could determine from whence the particular story originated should it get back to me.

Suffice it to say that the strategery worked and I now have a much better idea of who the stalker might be.

The thing about snitches is that they are seldom very bright and are easy to smoke out once you suspect their existence.



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Luminous Animal Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-25-11 12:22 PM
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1. Wow!
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EFerrari Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-25-11 12:23 PM
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2. The best strategy with stalkers is to reduce your attention to them
to zero. Anything else is just interpreted as some form of encouragement.
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Thunderstruck Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-25-11 12:23 PM
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3. I confess. It's me. I just cannot resist your charms. =)
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mstinamotorcity Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-25-11 12:34 PM
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4. You should
be flattered that somebody has taken time out of their busy day to run around to cyber-stalk you. Maybe they want a relationship. You should send flowers, isn't that usually what you give to admirers or is it get? Either way they have quite a bit of time on their hands, maybe they should use some of their time for quality things such as bathing,eating,sleeping,working,maintaining their home. Damn!! With all the things I named when do they have time to cyber-stalk? Fuck it report their ass to the internet crimes task force in your community. That is just way to fucked up for a person to have that much time on their hands. Maybe if they were locked up the would put some value on their time instead of cyber-stalking.
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